Used for the US Women’s Open in 1953 and 1973, the golf course at the Country Club of Rochester is an old Donald Ross track that was fully restored by Gil Hanse in 2004.
Robert Trent Jones Snr designed the course at Crag Burn Golf Club with half the holes routed through dense forest and the other half laid out around open meadowland.
Designed by Donald Ross in 1927, the course at Crestmont Country Club underwent a sympathetic restoration by Ron Forse ahead of it hosting qualification for the US Senior Open in 2008, returning the layout to the original Ross intent.
Perry Maxwell submitted the original plans for a course at Duke University Golf Club but the Second World War intervened and the layout in play today is an early Robert Trent Jones design that opened in 1957.
Although located barely more than a block from the beach and with most holes subject to strong ocean breezes, the style of the Dunes is not seaside or links...
El Bosque is one of several courses designed by Robert Trent Jones during his most prolific spell in Spain from the mid-60s to mid-70s.
Site of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball team tournament in 2018, the course at El Caballero Country Club is a Robert Trent Jones Snr remodelled layout from an early 1960s William Johnson design, characterised by gently doglegging, tree-lined fairways and well-bunkered greens.
The World Cup was played at El Rincón in 1980 when the Canadian team of Dan Halldorsan and Jim Nelford held off a strong challenge by the Scottish pairing of Sandy Lyle and Sam Torrance to win the tournament.
Fairview Country Club had a Donald Ross-designed layout in play until the development of the Interstate 287 highway in the late 1960s resulted in the club relocating, with Robert Trent Jones Sr. fashioning a new course for the members.
One of three 18-hole courses to be found at Firestone Country Club, the North is an engaging Robert Trent Jones Snr layout that debuted in 1969, ten years after the South course was unveiled.